The Annual Research Conference is a unique forum that brings together researchers and clinicians for a three-day program that is dedicated to increasing knowledge, stimulating research and promoting prevention and treatment of cancer through nutrition, physical activity and weight management.
Who Should Attend:
Basic scientists, clinical investigators, epidemiologists, dietitians, nutritionists, policy makers and other health professionals interested in food, nutrition, physical activity and weight management in relation to cancer.
The 2014 AICR Annual Research Conference will feature an exciting program which will explore current topics in food, nutrition, physical activity and cancer. Join fellow scientists, researchers, health professinoals and dietitians to hear about the latest research in these areas:
Micronutrients in Cancer Prevention: Is Goldilocks Correct After All?
Physical Activity and Cancer Survivorship
Obesity and Breast Cancer in Minority Populations
Childhood Cancer and Survivorship
Surrogate Markers for Cancer Intervention Trials
Dietary Patterns and Cancer: New Directions
Changing Lives to Save Lives
30 years ago, the American Institute for Cancer Research was founded on a simple but radical idea: everyday choices can reduce our chances of getting cancer.
We were the first organization to focus research on the link between diet and cancer and translate the results into practical information for the public. AICR embraced the mission of changing lives to save lives.